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February 22, 2013, 12:40:12 AM
Last edit: February 22, 2013, 12:51:12 AM by JackRabiit
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So using GPA, I export my private keys to two differant files, One of them a "typeless" "GPGKeys" file, The other a "secret-key-xxxxxx.asc"
Both Neither of them contain any keys... when i use Import Private Keys on APG.
But i can import them to another GPA client just fine.

Whats up? Im trying to get GPG working on my android so that i can sign messages
APG can import the key as PUBLIC (even though its a private) when i try to "import public key", but with that i cannot sign messages!
APG just says "no keys updated or added" when i select the private key file to import under "import private key"

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